The talent revolution : longevity and the future of work

"The definitive guide to maximizing workforce value, The Talent Revolution exposes work-life longevity as the most influential driver transforming today's workplace--a competitive edge for organizations smart enough to capitalize on it. This is a first--a book that positions older workers...

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Main Authors: Taylor, Lisa, 1974 June 12- (Author), Lebo, Fern (Author)
Language:English
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Summary:"The definitive guide to maximizing workforce value, The Talent Revolution exposes work-life longevity as the most influential driver transforming today's workplace--a competitive edge for organizations smart enough to capitalize on it. This is a first--a book that positions older workers as revolutionaries and reveals how organizations that engage employees across all life stages will outperform their competitors. With clarity and specificity, it describes new models, debunks commonly held myths about older workers, demolishes justifications for traditional structures and attitudes, and builds the case for a reset that will help smart companies profit from their most valuable assets. Through case studies, metrics, strategies, and tactics, The Talent Revolution explores the impact of workforce demographics on the future of work and provides new, actionable strategies for turning an aging workforce into a competitive advantage. You and your organization will discover how to: eliminate ageism in the workplace, optimize your workforce for maximum value, unlock untapped talent, extend the brand."--
Physical Description:xiii, 228 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:9781487500825
1487500823

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